h1

Giveaway: Noodler’s Berning Red

08/13/2016

Could you use a hit of red in your ink collection? Luxury Brands USA sent a bottle of Noodler’s Berning Red to offer in a giveaway and it could be yours.

It’s simple to enter. Just leave a comment below saying how you would use this rich, red ink. This offer is open to residents of the U.S. only. One entry per person with the winner to be selected, 8/14/2016, at 7 pm PDT. The winner will have until 8/16/2016, 7 pm, PDT to claim the prize. If not, a replacement winner will be selected.

Thank you, Luxury Brands, for making this giveaway possible and allowing Inkophile to host it.

Advertisements

56 comments

  1. I’ve actually been looking for a good red! Would love to give it a try 🙂

    Like


  2. could I use it to transfuse my fountain pen?

    Like


  3. For so long, I’ve been wanting to try out Noodler’s bottled ink…I always seem to put it off – how wonderful it would be to be introduced to Noodler’s, by dipping a G nib into the bottle and laying on paper a rich hue of red in flowing strokes and swirls!

    Like


  4. I would use it for note taking.

    Like


  5. I’d love to use this ink at work. I like to use inks with personality rather than standard colors.

    Like


  6. it would look great in any of my red pens!

    Like


  7. I would use this ink to mark up the procedure documents that are submitted to me for approval!😁

    Like


  8. I was just thinking that I could use another red ink! I’d use it for drawing flowers in my doodle journal, among other things…

    Like


  9. I would use this lucsious bottle of ink to pretend to write in the blood of my enimies!!!!! MUAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
    Also journaling and writing letters to people. ☺️❤️

    Like


  10. I would use this ink for my Bible studies.

    Like


  11. Looking for a red to add to my ink, and this is on the wish list

    Like


  12. I’d use it to review work papers! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

    Like


  13. I do a lot of proofreading, so I would love a great red to mark up papers.

    Like


  14. I would use it to grade

    Like


  15. I would use it in my art journals to make some fancy hearts and whatnot.

    Like


  16. I’d use this for note taking at work and journalling at home!

    Like


  17. I’d use it to write my new vampire novel

    Like


  18. I’d use some to send samples to friends, but keep most for spicing up letters and notes!

    Like


  19. I would use this in one of my Sheaffer NoNonsense Calligraphy Pens to do some fancy bold lettering!

    Like


  20. Some fancy margins would look great in my journal

    Like


  21. I would use it to write letters to my congressmen demanding they #feelthebern!

    Like


  22. I would use it to edit and for studying! Looking for “the one red to rule them all”.

    Like


  23. Marking up manuscripts.

    Like


  24. My name is Wednesday, and Halloween will soon be upon us. This Childe of Woe is in great need of a wicked-good vampiric red ink to draw a few exquisitely formed Grim Reapers locked in a Danse Macabre with laughing skeletons, encircled by ravens shrieking the modest details in the invitations to my Gothic Halloween costume-party.

    In the past, I’ve used Noodler’s Beaver brown ink, as it so wonderfully imitates the sepia lettering in medieval manuscripts, but I refuse to repeat myself. Besides which, Noodler’s Berning Red looks just the ink to inspire my imagination for the wonderfully Haunted NIght to come.

    I humbly thank you for offering such luscious inspiration in the form of Noodler’s Berning Red ink.

    May you always rest in peace.
    Wednesday

    Like


  25. It would be great for editing. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Like


  26. Noodler’s, my first pen, my first ink! I’ve been courious about this red. I’d love to try it in my art.

    Like


  27. I always keep a pen with a bright ink to contrast with my usual more somber main ink. I think I would start out pairing this red with a chocolate brown ink. Thanks for the chance!

    Like


  28. I’ll settle for an empty bottle when you are done with it. I supported Bernie the whole way and I would love to have it as a memento of this time in history.

    Like


  29. I am running out of my Sheaffer Skrip red which I use to fill up my 15-year-old Pilot V-Pen using a syringe. That’s the pen I use for marking and note taking, and it certainly would welcome a new rich red ink for a change!

    Like


  30. I would like to try this ink. The question is – which pen?????

    Like


  31. Blood red skies in the Everglades. Will not be around to win it, but your writing and ink and pens always entrance me.

    Like


  32. I would use it for marking up proposals, especially the cost section!

    Like


  33. I would use it to mark up the cost volume of proposals!

    Like


  34. On boring days I will use it to grade papers, but on days I’m feeling particularly creative I’ll use it to illustrate the blood filled scenes of my work-in-progress graphic novel.

    Like


  35. I don’t have any red inks yet – this looks like it would be just the thing. And there’s just so much going on with the name and label! 🙂

    Like


  36. Thank you for the review and opportunity to win. I would use it for work as well as for correspondence to bring some color to my usual color choices.

    Like


  37. This deep a red can be used to correct all the world’s mistakes.

    Like


  38. I would use it to alternate with darker colors to make passages stand out.

    Like


  39. I’d like to try it as part of a skin-care regemine. One never knows when one needs to fake having chicken-pox.

    Like


  40. This is a neat bottle design. I’d use it to write manifestos, or maybe balance my checkbook.

    Like


  41. This is the perfect red for my budgeting expenses. It’d be like, “here’s all of the money you spent this month. Was it worth it?”

    Like


  42. I would use this ink for writing in my favorite journals. Maybe a letter to a few people.

    Like


  43. I would use it for calligraphy.

    Like


  44. To match my soul and my Lamy Al-Star

    Like


  45. I would use it for my daily morning pages.

    Like


  46. I would probably use this ink in a ledger to keep track of my student debts!
    #feelthebern

    Like


  47. I’ve been looking for a red for work. I’m an accountant and prefer red when reviewing entries.

    Like


  48. My desk is covered in notes to myself. It’s a system that works, but sometimes I need REDFRIGGININK to snatched my attention for a particularly important issue. It’d be nice to be able to use a fountain pen for these.
    Thanks for the contest!

    Like


  49. I would use it often for writing messages in greeting cards. I like to get away from boring colors, and most reds don’t appeal to me.

    Like


  50. Oh I’d use it to edit my manuscript! Or just for fun when journalling. 😀

    Like


  51. Red is always good to highlight the important points…

    Like


  52. I will write poetry about overthrowing the government.

    Like


  53. Honestly, I have my first flex pen coming and it’s a Noodler’s. This would pair nicely with it and I could finally have a true red to test out and see if I like using red inks. Appreciate the opportunity.

    Like


  54. Would love to win! Haven’t used a Noodler’s ink in a few years. Would write letters wit it.

    Like


  55. I don’t really have any red ink, this would be a great start.

    Like


  56. I love using different colors for my daily journal. Red would be a welcomed addition.

    Like



Join the conversation!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: